The Hoodie——盛載歷史意義的一件衣服,第一個以「連帽衫」為題的展覽
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      The Hoodie——盛載歷史意義的一件衣服,第一個以「連帽衫」為題的展覽

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      28.11.2019
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      連帽衫(Hoodie)應該是每個人家中衣櫃都不缺的單品,它的受歡迎程度可以媲美牛仔褲,到底為甚麼它能如此備受喜愛?這個在荷蘭鹿特丹(Rotterdam)的展覽可能能夠解釋一下。

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      What does the hoodie mean to you? This Saturday from 17:00 to late the exhibition The Hoodie opens at Het Nieuwe Instituut. One of the highlights of the opening programme is a series of talks with curator Lou Stoppard and Malique Mohamud of Concrete Blossom, the Rotterdam collective that is organising an accompanying programme throughout the city. 'Hoodie films' will be shown and there is a space for reflection where you can contemplate some of the issues dealt with in the exhibition.⁠ ⁠ Later this evening, storyteller Melanin Shangó Kris will inspire you in The Poetic Exhibition. Guest performers are invited to interpret the exhibition and share their sentiments about the hoodie, including poet Brooklyn Mozes, dancer Chanel Vyent, performer Josimar Gomes, violinist Shauntell Baumgard, pianist Almar Nooitmeer and drummer Tim Bennett. Music by DJs Evelyn Rae and P4BASICS.⁠ ⁠ RSVP via link in bio.⁠ ⁠ Credits Devan Shimoyama. February II, 2019.⁠ ⁠ #thehoodie #hoodie #exhibition #opening #nieuweinstituut #rotterdam #loustoppard #thehoodieunravelled

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      連帽衫一直以來都是街頭服裝的重點,而在政治層面,它也曾引發過一場美國黑人與白人間的種族歧視紛爭,記得在2012年17歲非裔學生Trayvon Martin在佛羅里達遭到槍殺,原因是他當時身穿一件連帽衫,被一名白人男子George Zimmerman指他看起來「很可疑」,後來二人發生衝突,最後被George槍殺死。後來連帽衫就連同一連串的Hashtag如#WeAreTrayvonMartin、#Hoodies和#WeWantJustice等成為美國歧視和抗爭的象徵。

       

      「許多人,尤其是那些年輕人或在社會上被邊緣化的人,穿著連帽衫才能感到安全和舒適。穿上它可以讓他們感到自己消失了,或者融入其中。」

      ——The Hoodie展覽策展人Lou Stoppard

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      The hoodie tells many stories that define our times – tales of social inequality, youth culture, subculture, police brutality, racism, privacy, fear and, in turn, style. With its roots in sports clothing and workwear, the hoodie as we know it today was popularised by Champion in the 1930s as a practical solution for workmen. It is now, arguably, western fashion’s last truly political garment – a garment that can incite fear, jealously, camaraderie and even fury in others – as well as being a garment you can lose your life by wearing. The lingering question posed by the hoodie is simply: ‘Who enjoys the right to wear one without challenge?’⁠ More information via link in bio.⁠ ⁠ Credits: Model Adut Akech draagt Balenciaga in 'The Earthwise Issue' van i-D, najaar 2018. Photo: Campbell Addy. Styling: Alastair McKimm⁠ ⁠ #thehoodie #hoodie #exhibition #hetnieuweinstituut #rotterdam #opening #loustoppard #thehoodieunravelled

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      The Hoodie exhibition considers the role of a fashion garment as a socio-political carrier. The hoodie is a staple of contemporary dress, hyped as a trend and a must-have item; but elsewhere it is also a topic of moral panic, banned by certain institutions and dissected by the media as an emblem of inequality, crime or deviancy. Curated by writer and curator Lou Stoppard. The exhibition runs from 1 December 2019 to 12 April 2020 at Het Nieuwe Instituut. ⁠ ⁠More information via link in bio.⁠ ⁠ Credits: EUnify by SOUVENIR OFFICIAL. Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek, Exactitudes 168. Berlin 2019.⁠ ⁠ #thehoodie #hoodie #exhibition #hetnieuweinstituut #rotterdam #loustoppard #thehoodieunravelled

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      下月起,荷蘭新研究所Het Nieuwe Instituut將會以連帽衫為題舉辦展覽,用上相片、音樂、雜誌封面和電影片段,當然少不60多件連帽衫,展示出連帽衫具有張力和歷史意義的一面。Instituut的董事Guus Beumer說,連帽衫是一件所有人都會穿的美麗設計,它同時承載著複雜的意義和特權層次,值得我們用心分析。

      The Hoodie

      日期:2019年12月1日至2020年4月12日

      地點:

      Het Nieuwe Instituut
      Museumpark 25
      Rotterdam 3015 CB
      Netherlands

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